Environmental Health

Division Services & Responsibilities

The Environmental Health Division provides services to prevent food-borne, water-borne and communicable diseases. Through education and regulatory enforcement of Public Health Statutes, rules, codes, and surveys are performed on:
  • Body art facilities
  • Campgrounds & trailer parks
  • Diseases of animals that can be transmitted to humans are monitored
  • Food establishments
  • Food Manager Certification & Food Handler booklets are provided on a regular basis
  • Provide plan review for all licensed businesses
  • Public accommodations
  • Public announcements are released through the media as necessary to protect public health
  • Public health nuisance complaints
  • Public & semi-public bathing places
  • School grounds

Food Manager Testing Dates, Cost & Locations

The CCHHS Food Managers' Certification Test is offered at both the Flagstaff and Northern Region Office. The cost is $55 and must be paid at the testing location. Payment is required in order to preregister. Food Manager Certificates are valid for three years.
  • Flagstaff Office - Testing is offered on limited Thursday at 9 AM in the Ponderosa Room, 2625 N. King Street, Flagstaff. Preregistration is required and must be completed in person. Payment is made at time of preregistration. Call (928) 679-8760 for information.
  • Page Office (Northern Region Office)- For registration and additional information contact Shirley DeJolie at (928) 645-9400 or Leanard Breaux at (928) 645-3082. Testing is held once a month on a Tuesday from 1 PM to 3 PM Mountain Standard Time (MST).

Fee Change Notice

Effective 06/23/2019 the following fees will apply for each transaction:

  • Credit card transactions - 2.35% or Minimum $1.95
  • Debit card transactions - 1% or Minimum $1.95
  • No fee will be charged for Cash and Check purchases.

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